Services

Membrane autopsies

Membrane Autopsy is an excellent technique designed to provide a broad overview of the element's condition. This procedure involves dissection of membranes and visual inspection to discover any physical damage. The foulants and the membrane itself are analyzed by several analytical procedures, such as X-Ray Diffraction, Scanning electron microscopy, Energy dispersive X-ray spectroscopy, Dead-end wet testing, Loss on ignition testing, Wet testing/Dye integrity testing, and others.

Membrane cleaning

It is vital that membranes are maintained in an excellent clean condition and this should be contemplated to be an important part of any membrane maintenance program. Effective cleaning generally requires some knowledge of the type of foulant and the cleaning options available. WFC can provide both on-site and off-site membrane cleaning services. We offer a program designed with products and support services necessary to keep membrane systems for peak performance and long-term operation.

Water testing

We offer custom-made water testing services to meet the unique needs of all of our customers across the world. We provide testing services specifically designed to help our customers determine the quality of their water and evaluate the performance of their membrane systems. Several water quality tests are available to identify the types of fouling in membrane systems and assist our clients in keeping the adequate quality of water supplies. These tests vary from the more sophisticated tests to the standard procedures that have been used for decades.

Training

On-site training services are available. The training includes basic, intermediate and advanced training as well as detailed data monitoring and data interpretation. This training is created for Operators, Supervisors and Managers and can be customized individually. The aim is to provide practical comprehension on membrane related subjects such as design, operational problems as membrane fouling, scaling and cleaning, pretreatment options and the latest developments in monitoring and controlling fouling.